New Orleans Voodoo Tours

New Orleans is known far and wide for its long history with voodoo. Get ready to experience a hair-raising adventure on New Orleans voodoo tours. These tours are designed to give you a glimpse into the world of voodoo, including its history, myths, and beliefs. You can choose from a wide range of tour options from walking through the haunted streets of the French Quarter to exploring the final resting place of the infamous voodoo queen Marie Laveau. Whether you’re a true believer in the unknown or just looking for fun times, a voodoo tour in New Orleans is a fascinating way to get a behind-the-scenes look at voodoo up close!
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Apr 15 - Apr 21

4-in-1 Ghost, Voodoo, Vampires & French Quarter Tour

355 ratings
2 Hrs.
Join a spine-tingling adventure through the haunted streets of the French Quarter, where New Orleans' spooky past comes alive. The city is infamous for its tales of voodoo, vampires, ghosts, and the French Quarter, and the 4-in-1 Ghost, Voodoo, Vampires & French Quarter Tour is the perfect way to experience it all. Your expert guide will show you the quickest routes around the Big Easy, saving you time and energy as you explore the eerie streets. Walk if you dare, through the beautiful yet haunting streets of the French Quarter on this unforgettable walking tour. Book ahead to secure your spot and prepare for an evening of spooky thrills!
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Ghost, Hauntings, Vampire and Voodoo Walking Tour

25 ratings
2 Hrs.
This half mile, one of a kind walking tour takes you on a journey through the antiquated streets of the French Quarter as a local expert storyteller goes over all of the Crescent City’s darkest lore. From murders and mysteries to voodoo and even vampires, New Orleans is regarded by many as being the most haunted city in the United States. You’ll learn the stories of how our history’s most feared villains and beloved heroes emerged from the bygone days of Creole society. Along the way, we will stroll by Madame Lalaurie's House. We will also be entering New Orleans' Axeman's favorite hangout!
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Voodoo Queen Tour

28 ratings
1.5 Hrs.
Deep dive into the fascinating world of the unknown with this Voodoo Queen Tour. Learn how the culture of New Orleans helped shape Voodoo and spark the start of Jazz. No family in history had a greater impact on voodoo than the Laveau family and no place in the world had a greater impact on Jazz than Congo Square. Hear the controversies and conspiracies surrounding Marie Laveau’s final resting place and visit the location of her original homestead. You will stop by an authentic voodoo shop and voodoo temple during the morning tour, and learn about the founding of the first free black neighborhood in American history. Book your Voodoo Queen Tour today!
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New Orleans French Quarter, Voodoo, and Cemetery Tour

182 ratings
2 Hrs.
Learn about Marie Laveau, the Voodoo Queen of New Orleans & discover the reason for the above cemeteries. This tour is led by a master storyteller that will captivate guests and teach travelers about the history of above ground burials. Tour guides also teach the history and culture of Voodoo as well as the rich history of the French Quarter. Guest will visit Congo Square in the beautiful Louis Armstrong Park. Book this tour today!
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French Quarter Cemetery Tour

45 ratings
1.5 Hrs.
Take a trip back in time as you peer through the gates of the area's oldest above ground cemetery and the burial site of notorious voodoo queen Marie Laveau, St. Louis Cemetery No. 1. Founded on the outskirts of town in 1789, this 8 block area would become the future home to the tombs and vaults of plantation owners, architects, pirates and even a world chess champion. Catch a glimpse of Nicolas Cage's mysterious Pyramid Tomb and learn about the history of New Orleans and its voodoo roots. Book your spot today.
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Adults 18+ Ghost, Voodoo, Vampire Tour

21 ratings
2 Hrs.
Come along on a chilling and revealing experience you won't soon forget on the haunted Ghost, Voodoo, Vampire Tour. This walking tour unearths New Orleans' most sinister figures and tragic tales. Explore stories of the paranormal, learn the city's dark lore, and brave the shadows on a 2 hour stroll like no other. From vampires to voodoo, if you enjoy a good fright this is the dark-history tour for you. This tour is for those ages 18 and up only.
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Walking The Devil's Empire Tour

1 rating
2 Hrs.
Embrace the mercurial magic of New Orleans on this Walking The Devil's Empire Tour. Uncover murder, music, mayhem, and more. All travelers meet under the glowing arch of Armstrong Park, set on the edge of the French Quarter and adjacent to one of the richest pieces of African history in North America, Congo Square. It is here where some of the earliest gatherings of Voodoo and Hoodoo practitioners took place. Depending on your guide, you might take a short walk near the old Parish Prison, the haunting site of one of the awakening of The American Mafia. For those who love more recent macabre moments, tour-goers might request the tragic, ripped-from-the-headlines reality of a pair of star-crossed lovers whose relationship ended in dismemberment and demonic possession. Then you will end at Madam Lalaurie's home and learn about what happened within the walls. If you are ready to be spooked, book your True Crime, Ghost, Voodoo, and Vampire tour today.
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Witchcraft, Voodoo, and Ghost Tour

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2 Hrs.
Journey through the shadowy streets of New Orleans on this Witchcraft, Voodoo, and Ghost Tour. Led by an expert guide, delve into the city's haunted past, discovering the secrets of ghosts, gris-gris, Voodoo, and Witchery. Uncover the legacy of New Orleans Voodoo and the hidden history of European Witchcraft and folk magic. Learn about the powerful practitioners who were the inspiration behind "American Horror Story: Coven" as you visit a private temple and even participate in a powerful group spell. Join this tour for an unforgettable exploration of the occult history that makes New Orleans the world's most frightening and enchanting city! Book your tour today!
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French Quarter History and Voodoo Tour

1 rating
1.5 - 2 Hrs.
Explore the French Quarter with a Master Storyteller bringing history to life. New Orleans' past is a tale of adventure with a diverse mix of people. Walk through Congo Square and tour the most historic spots in the French Quarter. Learn about the early history of voodoo, the slave trade, and the indigenous peoples of New Orleans. Hear the story of our infamous Voodoo Priestess, Marie Laveau, and visit the site of her former home. Enjoy tales about music, food, architecture, culture, literary history, Jackson Square, Bourbon Street, and beyond. Full of tips for the rest of your visit, little-known facts, and exciting history, this tour is not to be missed, book today!
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Frequently Asked Questions

1. Are voodoo tours walking tours?

Yes, most voodoo tours will be walking tours that take you through the French Quarter. It is important to wear comfortable walking shoes and weather appropriate attire.

2. Are voodoo tours kid friendly?

Most voodoo tours are kid friendly, allowing kids of all ages to enjoy the mysteries and history of New Orleans! Please be aware, however, that some tour companies offer voodoo tours for those ages 21 and up only. Please review the cancellation policy and restrictions prior to booking.

3. Are voodoo tours scary?

Voodoo tours provide an evening of both fright and fun! While there will be some stories of history and haunting, in general, voodoo tours are not considered to be scary.

4. What should I bring with me?

Aside from comfortable walking shoes and weather appriopriate attire, it is recommended to bring water or a beverage of your choice, and a camera to capture all of the fun!

5. Are voodoo tours at night?

Most New Orleans voodoo tours will last about two hours, and will usually begin some time between 4:00pm until 8:00pm.


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